Akufo-Addo must resign now or he dies from blood pressure – MzBel


Songstress Mzbel born Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, is worried for President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and says if he does not resign, his appointees will make his blood pressure rise leading to his untimely death.
According to her, with the current poor state of the Ghanaians economy and the fact that he is always been misled by his appointees, he should rather resign because it is bad for his health.
Mzbel said this while speaking to celebrity blogger, Zionfelix.
She said “Ghana is currently difficult because the governance of Nana Akufo-Addo’s government is bad. It will be best if Nana Addo resigns from the position. He is not up to the task and if he keeps staying in power his people will make his blood pressure rise and that will kill him.
He is a grown man so if his appointees bring suggestions, he okays them and gives them the go-ahead then later he will come and say he has been misled. For his own good and for his own health he needs to resign,” she said in an interview monitored by MyNewsGh.com.
According to Mzbel, President Akufo-Addo has woefully failed Ghanaians as he has reneged on redeeming his numerous campaign promises and his inability to prove his worth as the man in charge of the affairs of the country.
Her comments follow the sacking of the Minister of Energy, Boakye Agyarko by President Akufo-Addo who claimed he was misled by the former into granting executive approval to the controversial Ameri deal before it was laid before Parliament.
The NDC loyalist, therefore, advised the First Man of the land to accept the fact that he is “a misleading president” and humbly hand over the Presidential seat back to former President John Dramani Mahama.
The ‘16 Years’ hitmaker believes Mr. Mahama is a more capable leader than Nana Akufo-Addo who she claims has so far done nothing to address the challenges the country is facing since he took over power in 2017.
Source: mynewsgh

Samira Bawumia Share More Beautiful Photos To Celebrate Her Birthday Today

Yesterday, the second lady of Ghana, Samira Bawumia celebrated her 38th birthday in grand style. She marked the day by going to see a movie at the cinema.

She received a whole lot of well-wishes from many people. Chief among the well-wishers were her husband and vice president of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and the first lady, Mrs. Rebecca Akufo-Addo.
Like many other public figures do nowadays, the second lady took to her social media handle to share some birthday photos with her admirers.
She added her words of appreciation to all those who celebrated her day with her and wished her well.
The second lady is noted for her high sense of fashion and has always been seen at public functions dressed to meet expectations of the ever-present eye of the general public. Her sense of style at some point attracted some criticism from the public.
Many people have however acknowledged the fact that the second lady is an epitome of style and elegance and it has shown in the way she dresses to all events.

NPP destroying Mahama’s solid foundation – Dzifa Attivor

A former Transport Minister and Aspirant for the Volta Region’s National Democratic Congress (NDC) Chairmanship race, Dzifa Attivor, cannot envision a Ghana led by President Nana Akufo-Addo beyond 2020.
This is due to what she described as the abysmal performance of his government.
Speaking at her campaign launch in Ho on Monday, Mrs. Attivor said the mood in the country is that of pain and regret.
“The only reason I invited you to today’s gathering is to inform you that the people of Ghana are no longer ready for President Akufo Addo beyond 2020, and are ready to see the NDC back in government. The NPP in opposition made promises to transform Ghana, but all we see today in Ghana is one family that is destroying the solid foundation John Mahama, and the NDC laid.”
Giving reasons for joining the race in the upcoming Regional Executive Elections, the former Transport Minister believes, it is expedient for the region which is the stronghold of the party to benefit from her leadership style which includes empowering the grassroots and capturing power from the current NPP Government.
“Ladies and Gentlemen, there’s, therefore, the urgent need for the NDC to put its house in order, to compete strongly in 2020. It is against this background that I am putting up myself to lead the NDC in the Volta Region.”
“As we are all aware, the Volta Region is the party’s World Bank, it is therefore necessary for the party, to have the kind of leadership that can build a party with the capacity to stand the test of time. I am here to unite the NDC.”
The party in the region after successful vetting of candidates is preparing to host its Regional Congress on September 1st.
Dzifa Attivor is contesting the incumbent Chairman, Gyapong Kudzo.

I’m ready to do music for any political party in return for cash – Gospel musician Yaw Sarpong

Legendary Ghanaian Gospel musician, Yaw Sarpong has confirmed he is prepared to feature in the campaign song of any political party should the opportunity avail itself.
According to him, his decision to do it is not because he has finally found trust in political parties in the country or is a member of any of them but it is borne out of business.
Yaw Sarpong said this in response to a question as to whether he is ready to do music for any political party in the country.
“Music is my work and I need money as well so I will do it, take the money and offer some to God”, he revealed in an interview with Sikka Fm monitored by MyNewsGh.com’s Syxtus Eshun in Kumasi.
To him, music is his business hence he is ready to record a song for any political party on the basis of business and not affiliation.
“I will do it with my band, therefore, any amount that will be sufficient for the operational cost of the band group is oK”, he affirmed.
On the other hand, Yaw Sarpong made it clear that he is not ready to tolerate any “God Bless You” as a form of appreciation for the job.
When asked which political party he belongs to, the legend said, “For politics, I have no affiliation because politicians are some kind of people who can easily mess up your music career with their utterances. Today one will say this and the next day the other will say something else”. He told Tony Montana the host of the show “Flavour Zone”.
Yaw Sarpong who has 26 albums to his credit is set to release yet another song with Sarkcess Music Boss Sarkodie this year.